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codlingn. [Cf. AS. codæppel a quince.].
     An apple fit to stew or coddle.  [1913 Webster]
    "A codling when 't is almost an apple."  [1913 Webster]
Codling moth (Zoöl.), a small moth (Carpocapsa Pomonella), which in the larval state (known as the apple worm) lives in apples, often doing great damage to the crop.
codlingn. [Dim. of cod the fish.].
     A young cod; also, a hake.  [1913 Webster]


codling, n. (also codlin)
1 any of several varieties of cooking-apple, having a long tapering shape.
2 a small moth, Carpocapsa pomonella, the larva of which feeds on apples.

codlings-and-cream the great willow-herb, Epilobium angustifolium.
codling, n. a small codfish.




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